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Caifanes and Cafe Tacvba - North America Tour 2024 at Dos Equis Pavilion (up to 62% off)

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Saturday, 6/22/2024

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3839 South Fitzhugh Avenue, Dallas, TX, USA

Starting at

$48

$20

 

arts & culture

BEST PRICE

 

What you will experience

Bucket Listers is excited to partner with Live Nation to offer you exclusive ticket pricing:

💰 Starting at $20 per person 
🗓️ Saturday, 6/22/2024
🚪 Doors Open at 7:00 PM
⏰ Show Starts at 8:00 PM

📍 Dos Equis Pavilion: 3839 S Fitzhugh, Dallas, TX 75210

All sales final; no refunds, cancellations, or reschedules.

Seating Section
Tickets purchased for a specific section will receive the best available seats for that section. Your party will be automatically seated together if reserved, and your seat assignments will be issued after the purchase is completed.

General Admission Lawn (up to 58% off retail pricing of $48.15)
200/205 Rows P-Z, 201/204 Rows V-FF, or 202-203 Rows AA-FF (up to 62% off retail pricing of $78.25)
200/205 Rows B-N, 201/204 Rows J-U, or 202-203 Rows N-Z (up to 55% off retail pricing of $89)
100 Level, 201/204 Rows C-H, or 202-203 Rows K-M (up to 53% off retail pricing of $105.75)



*Retail pricing includes ticket price and all fees
*Tiering distinctions offer the same ticket inclusions and are based on current demand. In other words, the sooner you purchase, the more you save!
 
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Caifanes
Cafe Tacvba

About The Event:

Caifanes is a Mexican rock band. After forming in Mexico City in 1987, the group achieved international fame during the late 1980s and early 1990s with their unique blend of British new wave, progressive rock, and Latin-influenced sound. Led by vocalist Saúl Hernández, Caifanes' dark, somber lyrics and style has led to hits like "Afuera," "La Célula Que Explota," and "Viento.” The band has also toured extensively in the U.S. and Mexico, and once opened for The Rolling Stones.

CAFÉ TACUBA IN CONCERT:
 
Grammy-winning Latin rock outfit Café Tacuba has been wowing audiences with their eclectic sound and adrenaline-fueled live shows ever since their self-titled 1992 debut album first made them superstars in their native Mexico. Since then the band has won over fans around the world with their dynamic blend of rock, electronica, and folk music traditions, becoming one of Mexico’s chief modern musical exports in the process. At their live shows the band delivers their celebratory music with energy to spare, amping the audience up with call-and-response vocals and dramatic builds and releases. Even though they sing exclusively in Spanish their catchy choruses and infectious rhythms transcend language, appealing to fans of all nationalities. Whether they’re encouraging ticket buyers to clap along to the anthemic “Los Pajaros” or busting out solos on exotic indigenous instruments, Café Tacuba always delivers high-energy sets that fuse wildly diverse sounds into one cohesive and unforgettable concert experience.
 
BACKGROUND SNAPSHOT:
 
Café Tacuba formed in Mexico City in 1989 while singer Ruben Albarran and guitarist Jose Alfredo Rangel were studying graphic design at the city’s Metropolitan Autonomous University. The band’s early sound was heavily influenced by British new wave bands like The Cure and The Smiths, but soon they were incorporating Mexican and indigenous influences to represent their heritage. After performing mostly in garages in the suburban neighborhood of Satelite the group became a fixture of the burgeoning music and arts scene surrounding the Coyoacan area of Mexico City. Their self-titled 1992 debut album combined genres like punk, ska, and hip hop with regional Mexican styles like bolero and ranchera, spawning five popular singles and earning them a Premio Lo Nuestro award for Video of the Year (“Maria”). A string of successful albums followed including 2003’s Cuatro Caminos, which won a Grammy for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album. In addition to their celebrated recordings the band is a touring juggernaut known for their explosive live performances, and they continue to impress every time they hit the road.


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For more information about Dos Equis Pavilion, please go here.
 

What to consider

 
 

What are the parking options at Dos Equis Pavilion?

Parking is only charged if the price is NOT included in the ticket.
 

Is there accessible seating?

100 Level : Accessible seating is available on Platforms in the back of sections 100 and 102. 200 Level : Accessible seating is available on Platforms in front of sections 200 and 205. LAWN : Accessible seating is available on Platforms on the front of the lawn behind sections 200 and 205.
 

What are the general rules of Dos Equis Pavilion?

No food, drinks, coolers, lawn chairs, umbrellas allowed. The amphitheatre institutes a "No re-entry policy" for all events. Gates into the pavilion open ninety minutes prior to the scheduled performance time. Certain shows may restrict all beer and wine sales at that performers request. Note the clock in the concession stand indicates the time that the sale of alcoholic beverages is scheduled to be discontinued. Certain events may also ban blankets for lawn seating. Events go on as scheduled, rain or shine. If it rains on the day of an event, lawn seat patrons are encouraged to bring a blanket or plastic tarp to sit on. Camera Policy: Personal cameras are allowed in the venue. Flash photography, video and removable lens cameras are not permitted without venue approval.
 

Are children allowed?

If a child has celebrated their 2nd birthday they must have a ticket. Prices are the same for children as adults.
 

Where is the experience

3839 South Fitzhugh Avenue, Dallas, TX, USA

 

Starting at

$48

$20